New Leicester City boss Claude Puel begins his reign with a home game against Everton in Sunday's late game.

The Foxes parted company with Craig Shakespeare last week before appointing former Southampton coach Puel on Wednesday.

The 56-year-old, who won Ligue 1 with Monaco in 2000, was sacked by the Saints at the end of last season despite overseeing an eighth-place finish and steering the South Coast side to the EFL Cup final where they were beaten by Manchester United.

But Puel faces the perfect fixture to start his reign at the King Power Stadium with third-bottom side Everton, fresh from sacking Ronald Koeman, the visitors.

The Foxes have just two injury concerns. Midfielder Matty James (achilles) could be fit in time to return while centre-back Robert Huth (foot) is also a doubt.

After two wins from two under caretaker boss Michael Appleton, it seems unlikely Puel will meddle too much, though.

That could mean an unchanged side from the one which won 2-1 at Swansea City last weekend with Shinji Okazaki playing behind Jamie Vardy in a 4-4-1-1 system.

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